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Professor

Areas taught: Art History, Ceramics, and Printmaking
Fine Arts Building Room 106
Email: keaton.wynn@gsw.edu

Keaton Wynn is a Professor of Art teaching both Art History and Ceramics at Georgia Southwestern State University. He earned his BFA in Ceramics at Missouri State University, his MFA in Ceramics from Kent State University, and an MA in Art History from Virginia Commonwealth University. Keaton works as a practicing artist exhibiting widely in regional, national and international exhibitions. While teaching at GSW he has received the President’s award for Excellence in Service in 2010 and the Faculty Excellence in Scholarship award in 2016.  In recent years he has directed study abroad programs to both China and Africa. Keaton has given workshops and presentations nationally and internationally and has been a Visiting Scholar at the Xi’an Academy of Fine Art in Xi’an China, The Dunhuang School of Art, Northwest Normal University and Shanghai Normal University. Since the fall of 2012 Keaton has been the Creative Director of the Dunhuang Creative Center established at Lanzhou City University where he teaches each summer and serves as a Professor of Art.  In this role under his direction LZCU has developed the only ceramics degree program in Gansu province which is now the largest program of its kind in western China.  Recently Keaton has completed a three-year research project into the use of indigenous materials for ceramic production in western China and has established a visiting artist program in Lanzhou focusing on Western artist’s responses to Yellow River culture, the Silk Road and the Dunhuang Buddhist Grottoes.   In 2017 he established the Center for Chinese Bie modern Studies at GSW in collaboration with the Institute of Aesthetics and Aesthetic Education at Shanghai Normal University, which encourages critical engagement of contemporary Chinese culture.  This spring a sister center was established at the University of Primorska in Koper Slovenia.

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